Canon EOS 6D Digital Camera Review$2,099.00
The full sized mode dial obviously includes all the typical "PASM" shooting modes, plus a fully automatic green mode, Creative Auto which offers slightly more control, Scene, Bulb, and two user-customizable modes.
Autofocus features and performance are on par with the previous generation of cameras in this segment, so the 6D seems to lag behind relevant competition (specifically the Nikon D600) here. Acquisition speed is faster than just about every contrast based system, however tracking a moving subject isn't responsive enough for the most demanding applications. We had a hard time tracking one very excited dog, for example, during our time with the camera, and we imagine sports or action photography will be challenging too.
Remember this is an 11-point autofocus system, in contrast to the D600's 39. Options and the interface have also been simplified, you may choose between using all 11 points, or pick one individually using a combination of the front and rear dials. Although some users will certainly begrudge the lack of advanced features here, the simplicity could be just right for a certain type of photographer, especially one relatively new to SLRs.
Five resolutions, most with two compression levels each are available for JPEG photography. RAW shooting may also configured to conserve space, by shooting at 20, 11, or 5 megapixels. JPEG and RAW settings may be configured independently but shot simultaneously, making this a totally flexible setting.